We remember peerless steel guitarist Ben Keith, born 6 March 1937, who played on Patsy Cline's 'I Fall To Pieces' and with Neil Young, Ringo Starr and more.
The Four Tops' version of Jimmy Webb's 'MacArthur Park' was one of their masterful remakes of a pop gem. It hit the US R&B chart on 18 September 1971.
The country legend they called 'Possum' was born on 12 September 1931 in Saratoga, Texas. We must be talking about George Jones.
On 11 August 1951, Hank Williams scored yet another country No. 1 with 'Hey, Good Lookin'.' But who was it that bagged the hit pop cover?
Released in June 1978 and produced by the legendary Glyn Johns, White Mansions paints a musical portrait of The American Civil War.
RCA Studio A, the Nashville location that hosted sessions by Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton and countless others, is to undergo a facelift
Tommy Allsup, the guitarist who played with Buddy Holly after the '50s rock 'n' roll hero split with the original Crickets, died on 11 January, 2017.
The stars of Western Swing, like Bob Wills and Milton Brown had one foot in the blues, another in country music… and a third in jazz!
Born in 1923 Hank Williams didn't even make thirty. He became the first country superstar, shaping country music in his image… with some help from the Blues
As the Statler Brothers toured the US with Barbara Mandrell on 31 March, 1979, their next hit 'How To Be A Country Star' rolled into the country charts.